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Thursday, March 19, 2015

G. K. (Computer Fundamental)

G. K. (Computer Fundamental)


Find out from the following which is correct option



Q-1 Which of the following was first Generation computer?

(a) EANIC (b) ENIAC
(c) FECNIA (d) None of these

Q-2 When was the first Generation computer started?

(a) 1925- 1935 (b) 1935 – 1945
(c) 1945- 1955 (d) 1955- 1965

Q-3 Which was the first commercial computer?

(a) UNIVAC I (b) UNIVAC II
(c) UNIVAC (D) None of these

Q-4 HLL stands for….

(a) High Lead Language (b) Hyper Lead Language
(c) High Level Language (d) None of these

Q-5 A light sensitive photoelectric cell to signal screen position to the computer is called………….

(a) Key board (b) Mouse
(c) Light Pen (d) Printer

Q-6 When was abacus computer developed?

(a) 1350 B. C. (b) 1450 B. C.
(c) 1550 B. C. (d) 1750 B. C.

Q-7 Which amongst the following country was developing abacus computer in B. C.?

(a) USA (b) UK
(c) India (d) China

Q-8 Who was invented Logarithms, the Second Invention Computer?

(a) Johan Napier (b) Johan Dupe
(c) Blaisse Napier (d) None of these

Q-9 In which of the following year pascal’s Calculator the Adding Machine was invented?

(a) 1542 A. D. (b) 1642 A. D.
(c) 1742 A. B. (d) None of these

Q-10 How many rows and columns in punch cards?

(a) 10 Rows and 60 Columns (b) 12 Rows and 75 Columns
(c) 12 Rows and 80 Columns (d) 15 Rows and 80 Columns

Q-11 The father of modern computer is ………

(a) Blaisse Pascal (b) Charles Napier
(c) Charles Marie (d) Charles Babbage

Q-12 Who was called the first computer Programmer?

(a) Lady Ada Lovelace (b) Lady Aiken
(c) Lady John von (d) None of these

Q-13 When was the machine language developed for the computer?

(a) 1812- 1860 (b) 1815 – 1864
(c) 1817 – 1870 (d) 1820- 1880

Q-14 Which of the following Machine language developed by George Boole?

(a) Abstract Algebra (b) Linear Algebra
(c) Boolean Algebra (d) Modern Algebra

Q-15 EDSACC electronic Delayed storage and calculation in 1947A.D. developed by which University

(a) Harvard University USA (b) Pennsylvania University USA
(c) Oxford University London (d) Cambridge University London

Q-16 An electronic circuitry “Flip- Flops’ the basic unit of computer circuiting – developed by…

(a) Ada Lovelace (b) F. W. Jordan & W. H.Eccles
(c) Ada and George Boole (d) None of these

Q-17 ENIAC (Electronic Numerical Integrator and Calculator) was built by ……….

(a) W. H. Eccles and Presper (b) Presper Eckert and George Boole
(c) John Mauchly & Presper Eckert (d) None of these

Q-18 Who built harved Mark I computer with IBM and no sooner did the first computer ENIAC come in the market?

(a) Howard Aiken (b) Alan Turing
(c) George Boole (d) Johnson Neumann

Q-19 Which of the following generation computers had semi-conductors doped with impurities, better known as the transistors?

(a) First generation computers (b) Second generation computers
(c) Third generation computers (d) None of these

Q-20 Electronic circuits called integrated chips which had transistors closely packed on thin wafers used in ........................

(a) First generation computers (b) Second generation computers
(c) Third generation computers (d) Fourth generation computers

Q-21 How many types of storage media used in a computer system?

(a) Two types (b) Three types
(c) Four types (d) Five types

Q-22 Which amongst the following is extremely fast storage medias and on chip memory that is adjacent to the micro- Processor?

(a) Hard dick (b) Main Memory
(c) Registers (d) None of these

Q-23 FEP stands for……………

(a) FORTRAN English Protocol (b) Front End Processor
(c) Formula of English Principal (d) None of these

Q-24 What is the full form of PDA?

(a) Personal Difference Assistant
(b) Protocol Deformation Assistant
(c) Personal Digital Assistant
(d) Palmtops Digital Apple

Q-25 EBCDIC stands for…………………….

(a) Extended Binary Coded Decimal Interchange Code
(b) Extended Basic Coding Decode Information Code
(c) Extended Binary Coding Decode Interchange Code
(d) None of these

Answers With Reasons:


1 (b) ENIAC
2 (c) 1945- 1955
3(c) UNIVAC
4(c) High Level Language
5 (c) Light Pen
6(b) 1450 B. C.
7 (d) China
8(a) Johan Napier
9(b) 1642 A. D.
10 (c) 12 Rows and 80 Columns
11(d) Charles Babbage
12(a) Lady Ada Lovelace
13(b) 1815 – 1864
14(c) Boolean Algebra
15(d) Cambridge University London
16(b) F. W. Jordan & W. H. Eccles
17(c) John Mabuchi &Presper Ecker
18(a) Howard Aiken
19(b) Second generation computers
20(c) Third generation computers
21(b) Three types
22(c) Registers
23(b) Front End Processor
24(c) Personal Digital Assistant
25(a) Extended Binary Coded Decimal Interchange Code

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